Accessibility Information Wirilda cabin is one of two cabins that are the most accessible in the park. It is located in the cabin section of …
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Wirilda cabin is one of two cabins that are the most accessible in the park. It is located in the cabin section of Tidal River and access is by a short, level, compacted gravel path from the car park.
The cabin is self-contained and consists of two bedrooms, accessible bathroom, kitchen/living room and outside deck. One bedroom has a queen size bed and the second bedroom has a bunk bed and a single electric high-low bed.
There is a long ramp to the front entrance of the cabin with a gradient of 1:14. The front entrance is approximately 900mm wide and has an outward opening door.
The living area has limited space for manoeuvrability and the kitchen benches and sink do not have a roll under feature for wheelchairs. Access to the rear deck is relatively easy via a wide sliding glass door located in the living area.
The accessible bathroom consists of a toilet, shower and vanity basin in the one room. The doorway entrance is approximately 790mm wide and has a sliding door. There is adequate room for manoeuvrability. The shower has an adjustable height shower nozzle and this can be detached from the wall. There is a fold down bench seat under the shower. There is horizontal and vertical grab railing in the shower. There are separate cold and hot water lever style taps.
The toilet has grab railing on the wall side only. The vanity basin has a lever style tap and a roll under feature for wheelchairs. There is some bench space and a vanity mirror/cabinet that may be reached by most persons in a wheelchair.
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